This study aims to examine the effect of
healthy lifestyle, role stress and self-efficacy on auditor
performance with emotional quotient as moderating
variable. Respondents in this study are auditors who
work for Inspectorate in Makassar, Gowa and Maros,
Indonesia. The population in this study is 60 auditor
and the sampling technique uses a cencus method,
which is the entire population were used as a research
samples. In this study the method used was explanatory
research. Data collection used a questionnaire
instrument. Data were analyzed using Moderated
Regression Analysis (MRA). The result show that
healthy lifestyle positively and significantly affects
auditor performance. Role stress are negatively and
significantly affects auditor performance. Self-efficacy
positively and significantly affects auditor performance.
Further analysis found that Emotional quotient
mediates the relationship among healthy lifestyle, role
stress and self-efficacy on auditor performance.
Keywords : Component; Healthy Lifestyle, Role Stress, Self-Efficacy, Auditor Performance.